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(ANSA) – ROME, JUL 25 – The flight chaos of recent days is attributable to governments and airports that have not strengthened the ground staff, “the only thing they had to do”: says the economic head of Ryanair, Neil Sorahan, quoted by BBC.

The company is registering a “phenomenal” summer, with profits of 170 million euros, the biggest problem was precisely that of the disruptions to air traffic control.

“The flight plans had been known for months, it was only necessary to increase the security personnel and control managers”, continues the manager.

Ryanair “had all the staff on hand, operating 3,000 flights a day”, while the strikes “had minimal impact”. (HANDLE).

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Source: Ansa

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